by virtue of something meaning

  "by virtue of something" in a sentence
[American idiom]
because of something; due to something.
She's permitted to vote by virtue of her age.
They are members of the club by virtue of their great wealth.


  1. Either it is possible that the other agent acts by virtue of itself  and not by virtue of something else, not being from something else  or it is not possible.
  2. "You have to have a very strong conviction that you're not going to be ( made ) obsolete by virtue of something else, " said Stuart Phillips, a USVP general partner.

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